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 Barbara Baldwin  was born in California and now resides in the midwest. She loves to travel and explore new places, which usually means each of her novels is set in a different locale. She has been published in formats from poetry and short stories to full-length fiction. She wrote and co-produced a documentary on state history which won state and national awards, but she really loves writing romance, whether it be contemporary, historical or time travel. Just for fun, each year she writes a Christmas short story for family and friends—some heartfelt and others whimsical – but always a gift from her heart. She has an MA in Communication, has taught at the college level and has made over 100 presentations at state and national conferences. She also loves to create art through pottery and fused glass, candles, baskets and quilts.



Legend states that hanging a Dreamcatcher over your bed will catch the bad dreams and only allow the good ones to flow through to the dreamer. Willow has been told “if you believe, then it will be so”, but her nightmares about the events causing her amnesia still haunt her, and while she knows she doesn’t belong with the Blackfoot tribe, it is the only shelter she has...


…until Garrison York appears. Montana rancher and blood brother to the Chief’s son, he is given charge of helping Willow discover her past, but the instant attraction between them makes him want to concentrate only on current pleasure. With neighbors trying to steal land for railroad expansion and relatives willing to kill for fortunes in gold, can Garrison keep Willow safe until they determine her true identity?



Charlie Cannon’s love of history has led to a very successful writing career. Research for his next book has brought him to Stone, South Dakota, where he hopes to find a topic worthy of best seller status.


Jacy Douglas’s ancestors homesteaded near Stone almost one hundred forty years ago, but now a national conglomerate wants her Gram’s land to build a western theme amusement park and resort. Unless Jacy can find the original deed to the land, and determine whether a long-dead relative was an outlaw, the Circle B ranch will be lost.


A chance meeting between Charlie and Jacy starts sparks flying and they are mysteriously swept up in a dust storm and end up in the original town of Stone in 1877.


During the day, Charlie finds excitement living the history he has only written about. But the attraction he feels for Jacy is something that transcends the centuries and at night, they share a passion that helps them forget they may be lost in time forever. Even as they find answers to Jacy’s quest and the mysteries of the past, how can they get that information, and themselves, back to the present?



They were as different as night and day yet he longed to convince her she was the music that freed his soul.


 Pianist Joseph Donovan was tired of his uncle’s interference in his career. In fact, he was tired of his career: concerts, recording sessions, pressure to compose new musical arrangements, and never having a minute to himself. He left it all behind, using his given name of Jake Smith to hide out on Lockabee Island. And that worked very well, until his uncle’s executive secretary came looking for him, issuing an ultimatum and deadline for his return home. In the process of negotiating his “capture”, he found himself fascinated with her. More surprising was that the passion he felt inspired him to start composing again.


Cheyenne knew Jake resented her presence on the island at first, but he soon sparked a passion that made her forget why she was there. When she discovered the real reasons for his leaving Chicago, did she still want to convince him to return? As the days and nights swirled together in a symphony of passion, she was torn between her responsibilities to her employer and what her heart desired. If she had to return to Chicago without him, could she survive the heartbreak?



To whoever finds this journal:
I started out this rainy November morning in 1988 as an archeology intern uncovering sunken treasure from the Steamboat Arabia, but due to circumstances I don’t understand, at the end of the day I found myself on board the Arabia, back in 1856, the year she sank.

Thus Brianna begins her journal, finding herself rescued by Jake Worth, a passenger on the Arabia; a man with secrets of his own and no desire to be responsible for another human being. But fate has thrown them together, and while Bri can’t explain how she got there, she is fascinated by the fact that she is living the history she has only read about.

Bri pulls Jake into the problems of the people on board almost on a daily basis and he reluctantly helps if only to keep her out of trouble. She is attracted to him, but since she wasn’t on the original manifest, she fears getting involved will alter history in some way. Yet when Jake comes to her in passion she can’t resist her feelings. As the steamboat paddlewheel takes them closer and closer to the fateful day when the Arabia sank, will they have a choice in their destiny?



Five women with tender hearts. Can they find the love they deserve before tomorrow comes and their secrets and pasts are exposed?

Christmas loves the holiday she is named after but loves her childhood sweetheart even more. Can she convince him to come back—to the town where he belongs and to her?

Molly buys an old mansion to renovate; and to get as far away from her ex-husband as she can. Is it possible to also restore her broken heart and will the mysterious man she meets on location be the one to do it?

Richelle loses her brother and father in the war and is being forced to marry another. Will the man she truly loves be able to save her before it is too late?

Meredith leaves a comfortable, if unhappy, life behind but finds herself out on the street in the cold. When she saves a man from being robbed, he tries to show her his gratitude by offering her a place to stay. Does she want to return to her street life when he offers her more than a roof over her head?

Emma is racing away from trouble when her car slides into a snowy ditch. Can she trust the man who rescues her; with her life and her heart?